Josh Janeway And Kenneth Garmany Join Metalworking Solutions

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Metalworking Solutions announced on Wednesday that Josh Janeway and Kenneth Garmany have joined the company as quality manager and director of Business Development respectively.

Mr. Janeway has eight years of experience leading ISO efforts in various organizations. Mr. Garmany has over 20 years in the metal fabrication industry, marketing and selling fabrication services throughout the Southeastern United States.

“Metalworking Solutions is pleased to welcome these two veterans to our team,” said Nick Burrows, vice president and general manager, Metalworking Solutions. “We have worked hard in establishing a high performance character driven culture throughout the organization over the past seven years. Kenneth and Josh are a perfect fit for our culture and will do well. Josh has already begun our ISO accreditation journey and Kenneth is quickly establishing our business development department. We are looking forward to achieving our ISO certification later this year and reaching new levels of sales performance through Kenneth’s leadership.”

Mr. Janeway grew up in South Pittsburg. He is married and the faithful coach of his son’s baseball, football, basketball and soccer teams.

Mr. Garmany is a native of Henagar, Al., is married and has two children. He has worked in all aspects of the metal fabrication industry, from team leader on the production floor to purchasing, and sales. Since 2007 he has focused on developing customer relationships throughout the Southeast.

“With the arrival of Josh and Kenneth and the recent promotion of Bob Payne to Customer Service Manager, Metalworking Solutions is poised to continue our steady march toward our 2020 objectives”, said Bill Hewgley, president, Metalworking Solutions. I’ve had many occasions to be proud of our team during the past seven years. I am just as proud now to see that we are able to attract professionals with character and competence away from much larger organizations to join us in building the next great 100-year-old employee and family-owned manufacturing company in America.”

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